Set for 27th and 28th of September at the Edge Convention Centre, Nairobi, the dx5 Smart Government Summit will unite different players working with governments around Africa. In this age of Digital Transformation, governments are also working to get into the technology space and on-boarding tech-driven solutions as well.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the technologies that have gained a lot of traction in 2023, especially with the fast rise of ChatGPT. With the growth of AI and automation, governments are equally trying to have get these services integrated into their systems. AI and automation have the potential to revolutionize government operations, optimize processes, and improve service deliveries.
At the Smart Gov Summit, there will be a panel discussion on how governments can best leverage on AI and automation to improve their service delivery. Under the theme, ‘Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Government’, the panelists will delve into the practical applications of AI, Machine Learning, and Robotic Process Automation government.
The panel will explore how these technologies can enhance decision-making, streamline administrative tasks, and deliver personalized citizen services.
In the fast-paced digital age, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation into government processes has emerged as a transformative force, shaping the way governments operate, deliver services, and interact with citizens. The synergy between AI and government holds immense potential for efficiency, transparency, and improved service delivery.
The event will also feature other technologies that have started being incorporated in governments. Other sessions will include discussions in different themes including; Smart Cities & Urban Innovation, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy, Digital Transformation in Government, Digital economy & E-Government services, and the future of open government.
Such forums are vital for people in government to meet with tech solutions providers to know what technologies suit their needs better.